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Hardy residents receive scholarships

November 17, 2011
The Inter-Mountain

SHEPHERDSTOWN - Three Hardy County residents have been awarded scholarships from the Shepherd University Foundation.

Fisher residents include Amber Dawn Cullers, who received the Dayton and Donna Hinke Scholarship, and Keshia Marie Sherman, who received the Andrew D. Michael Scholarship.

Dwight Austin Keller, of Wardensville, received the Hardy Rissler Scholarship.

The Shepherd University Foundation provided more than $1 million in student and program support in 2010-11. These funds support approximately 400 scholarships that are awarded to deserving Shepherd students each academic year.

Located in Jefferson County, Shepherd University is a public liberal arts university. Shepherd is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

 
 

 

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